Aircraft Performance Monitoring
Continuously monitor aircraft performance with an up-to-date view of the entire fleet health. Get notified of unusual deterioration, identify root causes and take corrective actions.
Guess Less. Know More.
How is your fleet really performing right now? Which aircraft exactly is currently having a suspicious degradation? What are the causes?
Many teams try (and fail) to answer these questions using manual effort or legacy monitoring tools that hit dead ends.
Modern airlines require a modern approach to aircraft monitoring. SkyBreathe® APM helps zoom out to see the big picture and shines a light into all the previously dark corners of your fleet health. It automatically monitors the aircraft performance of your entire fleet, alerts on suspicious degradation, and identifies root causes, making it easy to solve problems faster, reducing costs and fuel burn.
How does it work?
- Uses QAR data to compute actual aircraft performance during cruise
- Integrates performance models to compute the baseline performance
- Compares the figures to get the degradation of the aircraft
- Computes the fuel factor to feed FMS and flight planning systems
- Computes indicators for root cause analysis (EGT margin, surface riggings,…)
Frequently Asked Questions
It is a procedure that consists of continuously monitoring aircraft performance to get an up-to-date view of the entire fleet's health.
Benefits are multiple:
Get notified of unusual deterioration
Identify root causes and take corrective actions
Decisions making based on facts rather than hunches
Reduce costs and fuel burn
Increase compliance and safety
Faster time to resolution of aircraft's problems, reducing costs and fuel burn
- Increase pilots’ trust in planned fuel figures and thus, they tend to take less extra fuel on board
A study is necessary to evaluate the potential ROI you can expect to get because it depends on your airline's fleet. Depending on the size of the fleet, the ROI is between 5-20. Ask for a free consultation.
A study is necessary to evaluate the cost because it depends on your airline's fleet and needs. However, more important than the cost is the value. Depending on the size of the fleet, the ROI is between 5-20. Ask for a free consultation.